IT departments are fighting a losing battle against rogue or shadow IT, and employees are unknowingly exposing organisations to reputational risk.
With shifting behavioural and cultural paradigms now affecting business, CIOs need to adapt or be left behind, argues a BMC senior exec.
CIOs need to understand and help solve business needs, or risk becoming obsolete, writes Benjamin Cher.
The potential benefits of the cloud are proven, but security is just as important as in physical and on-premises environments.
Enterprises today require a comprehensive security solution in a landscape where a perimeter-based approach has been shown to fail, writes Edward Lim of RSA.
In the Asia Pacific region, 98% of executives agree that optimal enterprise application performance is critical to achieving optimal business performance; yet 88% say the poor performance of enterprise applications has negatively impacted their work.
Mark Micallef of Citrix comes up with five top tips for selecting the right technology to protect company data and limit the risks of using Shadow IT.
The influx of low-cost or no-cost applications – easy to download and user-friendly – means rogue employees are failing to bring IT into the equation, despite the effect (and potential risks) these applications can pose on the network. SolarWinds’ Leon Adato has some tips for IT.
Security professionals need to approach Shadow IT with a pragmatic view: How can we better support the business’ needs while keeping risk in check? Sean Duca of Palo Alto Networks has some ideas.
A survey of chief information officers (CIOs) worldwide, commissioned by Brocade Inc, reveals the business impact of legacy infrastructures, and highlights the need for more innovative solutions to businesses network needs, the company said.